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Volunteer Database Support/Administrator

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Description of the role:

We’re looking for an enthusiastic and meticulous individual with an eye for detail and a passion for maintaining a high-quality database in our small friendly office team based at The British School of Racing.
Do you enjoy maintaining data integrity. creating reports, drilling down in to detail and analysis ensuring we are working towards best practice?
Do you have working knowledge of Harlequin Database System or maybe you have Salesforce knowledge and experience and can help us migrate and future proof our systems?

Opportunity Activities: Administration, Community Work, Computers, Technology and Website Design
Availability required:

M T W T F S S
Morning
Afternoon
Evening

What skills are needed?

Help us to:
Ensure data remains consistent across the database data is clearly defined users access data concurrently, in a form that suits their needs there is provision for data security and recovery control (ensuring all data is retrievable in an emergency).
Run reports and analyse date
Good working knowledge of Harlequin Database and or Salesforce Database
Consider back-end organisation of data and adherence to the Data Protection Act. Storage and archiving procedures are functioning correctly.

What skills will be learned / gained?

Data migration from one system to another. The ability to problem-solve. A methodical and logical approach to planning and organisation. Experience of supporting a small charity.

DBS Check Required: Yes
Driving Licence Required: No
Details of restriction:

We desire a level of experience and working knowledge

Mandatory training required for role: No
Extra information:

We anticipate this role would be between 4-6 hours a week


About the Opportunity Host Organisation


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Host Organisation: Our Special Friends
Organisation Profile:

Our Special Friends (OSF) helps individuals facing difficult times, perhaps through illness, relationship breakdown or bereavement, to continue to benefit from the companionship of animals and raises awareness of the benefits of the human-animal bond. Founded by Higham-based vet Belinda Johnston, OSF supports the vital relationships between vulnerable individuals and their animals, working alongside human and animal health practitioners and social care as needed. Its volunteers provide a range of services to individuals in need of support, including dog-walking and offer other forms of practical help to enable pets to stay with their owner. They also visit individuals unable to keep an animal with their own dogs, help with the introduction of a new pet and give support around pet bereavement.